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The Hey U podcast features interviews with employers and leaders to get the inside scoop on all things business — everything from landing a job to navigating your career path. Learn how to turn mistakes into successes, negotiate your first salary, and much more! New podcasts are released each month — so sit down, grab a cup of coffee, and tune in for quick, helpful tips from the experts (and us, too). This is Hey U!
The Hey U Podcast team interviews Jennifer Jacobs-Munson, Vice President of Member Services and Utah Site Lead at Collective Health. The interview revolves around the complexities of a decades-old healthcare system and what companies like Collective Health are doing to both streamline and simplify healthcare administration.
The Hey U Podcast team sits down with two representatives from Northwestern Mutual: Todd Grabner, Managing Partner at the firm, and Jared Shumway, Director of Internship Development. Todd and Jared share some valuable practical advice, speaking about topics like financial planning, development of skills, and overall insight for students looking to get a head start on planning their future.
From its very beginning, the outdoor gear company Cotopaxi has been committed to making an impact. The benefit corporation and certified B Corp designates 1% of its profits to grants awarded by its non-profit foundation. We were able to get a look at how the brand’s “Do good” mission informs their storytelling, guerilla marketing, and hiring in our interview with Cotopaxi’s Director of Brand and Impact, Annie Agle.
No matter what field you are going into, everybody has the need to understand real-time data to make better business decisions. This episode features an interview with Dani Weinstein, Head of Global Community and University Outreach for DOMO.
Employers are looking to hire Domo-certified interns. This certification process, generally valued at hundreds of dollars, is now being offered to all University of Utah students for free! By getting Domo-certified, you will not only prepare yourself for this data-driven world, you will open yourself to many career opportunities in the future. Visit www.domo.com/start/student to start your certification today!
Now is a time of great uncertainty for everyone, but there are still opportunities available for those seeking to move forward in their careers, including virtual internships, continuing education, and more! MaryAnne Hafen, Recruiting Coordinator on the Business Career Services team, shares her research on hiring trends during the COVID-19 health crisis. Learn about which industries are hiring and what you can do to land a job while social distancing.
Durable, long-lasting shoes are just the beginning. In this episode, we share what Keen Footwear Senior Recruiter, Andrew Eastman, taught us about the many efforts the company has made to be a responsible and environmentally sustainable business.
Today we talk with Lukas Krause – an author, CEO, and former New York Mets baseball player – about knowing your own worth in the workplace. He gives advice on being more productive, negotiating your way into a better salary, and getting 1% better every day. You can watch Lukas Krause’s negotiation workshop on YouTube. His book, The Business of You, is available on Amazon.
Do you have a fear of failure that prevents you from trying new things? It turns out that even people at tech giants like Microsoft sometimes fear making mistakes. Listen to Mat McBride, General Manager of Finance for Microsoft, as he gives the inside scoop of how the Microsoft team learns to embrace failure and ultimately find success.
Business students from the University of Utah talk business! We are sitting down with your favorite employers and leaders to get the inside scoop on all things business—everything from landing a job to navigating your career path. Learn how to turn mistakes into successes, negotiate your first salary, and much more! We will put out new podcasts every month—so sit down, grab a cup of coffee, and tune in for quick, helpful tips from the experts (and us, too). This is Hey U!